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open #180379

Animal Control & Neglected Pets

2615 S Rockport RD

Case Date:
6/20/2022

Can smell dead animal in area of fenced in yard. Owner has multiple dogs and hasn't been home from what can tell. Worried about the animals.

closed #180378

Trails

2851 Old State Rd 37, Bloomington, IN 47404, USA

Case Date:
6/20/2022

While conducting volunteer creek & trail monitoring on June 20, came across a downed light pole with wiring, alongside the trail. Believe it as been inactive for some time. Shattered glass present from light fixture. Location: Along trail, heading south from the playground, pass the entrances to the two trails that lead to the waterfall and is before the next metal bridge. If needed, I can aim to return later this week, take a photo and then submit. Thank you!

open #180377

Water Quality

3131 S Cuffers DR

Case Date:
6/20/2022

Not enough water flow to even flush toilets

open #180376

Animal Control & Neglected Pets

2030 E 3rd ST

Case Date:
6/20/2022

There is a dead deer in this yard near the 3rd St. side. This is the house just east of mine. It has been there for 3 days, and is producing a vivid stench.

closed #180375

Traffic Signals

5FHG+QC Bloomington, IN, USA

Case Date:
6/20/2022

This light is poorly timed. You have to wait about a full minute when driving westbound/eastbound on 17th street which is where the majority of traffic is at this intersection. Meanwhile, northbound/southbound traffic coming from the stadium is extremely rare, especially during the summer and gets a green light for so long. As a resident in this area, I will often have to drive across this light multiple times a day, and I rarely am ever able to come across the light on green when traveling on 17th street, and have to usually stop for about a minute for traffic that is usually nonexistent on woodlawn avenue which can be extremely frustrating that it wastes my time and gas for not only me but everyone else who comes across this light every day.

closed #180374

Wildlife Conflict

retention pond between summit point apartments and Bayberry neighborhood.

Case Date:
6/20/2022

I was walking my dog on the path around the retention pond (off of Azalea Lane, toward the Summit Point Apartments). I noticed a deer following along beside us, watching us. When my dog noticed the deer and went toward her, the deer became aggressive and hooved (for lack of better term) my dog. We began running away from the deer, she followed but stayed in the forest. The deer continued following in the forest until we got to the street in Bayberry.

closed #180373

Debris Removal

Case Date:
6/20/2022

Not sure if I have the right department here. Please pass along to the appropriate department if not. Sanitation? Hazards? I am writing in reference to the Allen Covenanter Greenway that connects pedestrians and cyclists to the B-line trail. In particular, the problem I will mention is in front of the City of Bloomington Traffic Division building at 121 W. Allen. The issue is this: there is often broken glass close to the red-and-white striped sawhorses at the bridge. Sometimes the glass is worse than other times, so perhaps this area DOES get swept up by the city on some regular basis. I am suggesting that it be cleaned up at more frequent intervals. It's a great way for folks to access the trail. I use it often, though lately I've been opting for 1st Street because of glass. (And 1st Street doesn't feel as safe because of the amount of traffic.) Thanks for your attention to this matter.

open #180372

Trails

1601 S Rogers St, Bloomington, IN 47403, USA

Case Date:
6/20/2022

Pictured above: the view from a bicycle seat as cyclist (on a bike path/sidewalk) approaches the circular loop at the southern end of the Grimes/Patterson parking lot. (Note: the problem I want to highlight is similar when cyclist is heading south towards that "roundabout" from the north on the bike/ped path). And the problem is this: a cyclist can easily not notice until too late that there is no curb cut to allow easy entry to the loop. YES, for safety reasons, the city probably decided NOT to be a curb cut there. Fine. BUT PLEASE, consider a very visible barrier so cyclists can see in advance that they should not proceed forward OR, at least, put some bright yellow paint or striped yellow-black paint on the curb as an attention grabber. Needed on both the south side of the loop and the north side. THANKS!

closed #180371

Potholes, Other Street Repair

Case Date:
6/20/2022

Huge pothole at end of merge into one lane just west of Lyndale on Old Shakopee Road as I travel East. Ruined my tire and rim. Other potholes patched but not this one! Please fix and thank you.

open #180370

Blocked Sidewalk

Case Date:
6/20/2022

sidewalk blocked by vegetation on both sides of rogers north of 11th st. this is on the southerb approach to the train bridge